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Top Customer Reviews
It is heartbreaking in parts, funny in others and all in all a superb story. How I wish I had known this man as I would have loved him dearly.
This is not a book to lightly pass up. It is one to rival any professional writer and rivals Kane and Abel without the extreme riches.It is such a shame that it is only on Kindle
Ultimately, from a basis of facts, this is a postmodern tale that can be analyzed from multiple perspectives across nearly a hundred years of history that Greenfield describes. Like any great book, it leaves each reader to wonder for hours and days afterwards what they might have done in the same situation. Forever Torn shows the smallest decisions in the past of one family have a great impact on the future. The sins of the fathers can still haunt their children for generations to come.
Incorporating fascinating contextual social history, this Superbly written story gripped me in a mosaic of emotion, challeneged convictions and heart-racing drama. After just the first few chapters I found myself suddenly unable to put this down; every chapter unfolding new revelations and building more trepidation and anticipation.
The author reveals how he has fictionalised certain elements to weave the factual content of his research together; he has done this so seamlessly and authentically that it is impossible to distinguish between the two.
This book is nothing short of an emotional and exciting rollercoaster of family drama over a number of years, generations and regions. If you purchase and read Forever Torn, be prepared to be emersed and entangled in this incredible work until you turn the final page.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a bit touch and go at first I didn't really like it couldn't keep up from one story to the next but I'm glad I stuck with it I fully enjoyed it and i kept up aswell. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent story but a little too much fiction for me but the fictitious parts are admitted.Published 11 months ago by BM
This book was obviously a labour of love. Such a fascinating look into the lives of a truly living family. Was lost in their stories. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Enola Cole
I did not enjoy this book. It was in essence a work of fiction based on one true event that happened. I thought the writing was poor. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ann Porter
A totally absorbing book that carries the reader along from cover to cover. Families are strange units, and sometimes, as the book shows, friends are more loyal.Published 12 months ago by Donut
Interesting story and I enjoyed reading about the author's family. Sad in places too. The main criticism I have is the editing which is really poor (particularly the punctuation)Published 12 months ago by Jan Colmey